Gwathmey Siegel & Associates Architects has completed the construction of a new wing at the Crocker Art Museum in California, US.
The expansion scheme features a 125,000ft² addition, named the Teel Family Pavilion.
The design has added new galleries, totalling nearly 45,000ft², to allow the Crocker to exhibit more of its permanent collection, which the owners say has grown by more than 5,000 objects in the past decade.
The expansion will also provide a 260-seat auditorium, a cafe with indoor and outdoor seating, retail spaces and public amenities.
The new extension will be connected to the original Victorian Italianate art gallery building, reports artdaily.org.